LONG ISLAND, N.Y., April 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The renowned husband and wife team of 'the Pitres,' who provide world class photography experiences, have done it again. They have taken over Easter with their Storybook Experiences. Their Easter Egg-Perience has been a massive success, with families and children coming from all over from New Jersey, Westchester, and Connecticut, to Boston, Florida, California, and Detroit to be a part of it.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of experience that families are lining up for. The kids just cannot get enough of it. They get to meet the Easter Bunny in a personal way and have it captured to last a lifetime. The experience has been so popular that News 12 and even Mommy Poppins featured it.
Kristen Pitre established a photography studio in 2012 out of passion and started the 'Santa Experience' in 2014 by creating one-on-one photo sessions with Santa. She wanted families to have photos with the old Norman Rockwell look and the real traditional Christmas experience. After the massive success of those experiences, this lead to the Storybook Experience we all know and love today and the topical Easter Egg-perience.
Thousands of happy children and parents have attested to the one-of-a-kind sessions hosted by Storybook Experiences. They truly love the opportunity they get to create memories that are sure to last a lifetime.
Storybook Experiences hosts all its events in the company's newly acquired West Islip building, located at 475 Montauk Highway to accommodate the ever-increasing demand for event participation. And they just announced they are opening a second location in Nassau county! For more information please visit www.storybookexperiences.com
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